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    Another badass crossover cover (Rusty Cage)



    Will and Bill fucking nail it. Normally not too crazy about these but William's vocals sell me on it.
    Last edited by Jazzhands; 10-29-2020 at 11:49 PM.

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    DuVall is a great vocalist for everything BUT Layne songs, IMO. I really don't like his take on any of the Layne material, but once he had a chance to do his own thing on Devil Put Dinosaurs Here he sounded awesome.

    He sounds great here too.

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    Benante's channel has so much great stuff on it. Like this one w/the Death Angel dude.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    DuVall is a great vocalist for everything BUT Layne songs, IMO. I really don't like his take on any of the Layne material, but once he had a chance to do his own thing on Devil Put Dinosaurs Here he sounded awesome.

    He sounds great here too.
    He was really rough in the beginning, but once he got a hold of things he sounds great. There's a song on the recent album where his Layne-isms sound great.



    He's come a long way.

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    Oh shit I forgot this cover, thanks to the Death Angel thread for reminding.



    Mark and Frank's vocals are INSANELY spot on.

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